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Feb 23, 2013 6:00pm EST
benefits or long-term equity, it just made sense, if they were all going to be in one city, put them in a house together. now their problem is how they're going to live together in terms of how they share the food and the bathrooms and so forth, but at least they're in the house. c-span: you have an investment club in your church. >> guest: that's right. right. c-span: how did an investment club get into a church? >> guest: well, what happened was, about a year and a half ago, i had a meeting. i meet on monday nights with about 120 men, and i was looking at the stock market as--at that point, i guess it was doing about 7,000. and i said to the men that night, 'you know, the stock market about three or four years ago was doing 4,000, and people were rejoicing about it. today the market hit 7,000. does that mean anything to anyone in this room? how many of you have investments in stocks and bonds?' only three hands went up. and when that--when i saw that, i said, 'my god, i have to do something about this.' so i asked them where their investments were, and to my surprise, the majority
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